Brooklyn Landmarks-Brooklyn: Cobble Hill Historic District and Extension

COBBLE HILL Historic District and Extension 

Cobble Hill has 1830s and 40s Greek Revival row houses, some of the first major development in the area, are part of this district. Workingmen’s Cottages, designed by William Field & Son in the 1870’s, are some of the first planned low-income housing in the nation. Designated December 30, 1969, expanded June 7, 1988.

 

Title: Workingmen’s Cottages 1

Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Cobble Hill

Keywords: Residential, cottage, brick, yard, garden, window

Description: Workingmen’s Cottages on Warren Place

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Designation Reports:

Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill Extension

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